INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - 24-Hour News 8 has uncovered new information about Indianapolisbusinessman Tim Durham and his financial investments.
Durham's Ohio based company Fair Finance is being investigatedfor being part of a Ponzi scheme.
The Durham investment mess has included an FBI raid on hisdowntown office, moving vans 24-Hour News 8 caught in from of hisGeist home last week, and a story 24-Hour News 8 broke on anortheast side Indianapolis sports academy owned by Durham's sisterand brother in law with nearly $100,000 owed in back taxes.
Durham has moved many of his personal belongings out of hisGeist home and into a home in California where he now lives.
But in the move, Durham left behind thousands in unpaid propertytaxes.
Documents 24-Hour News 8 got from the Hamilton County Auditor'sOffice show Durham didn't pay any taxes on his house last year. Heowes $47,641.18.
Documents obtained by 24-Hour News 8 found that there is amortgage on the home of nearly $3.5 million and what appears to bea line of credit of up to $1.5 million.
A vacant medical building for sale in Carmel is owned by DiamondInvestments, one of Durham's investment companies operated out ofhis downtown Indianapolis office. The building is listed for $2.8million, but like other Durham properties, it has stringsattached.
The parcel information report from Hamilton County shows thereare nearly $62,000 in unpaid taxes owed on the property.
According to Hamilton County records, no taxes have been paid onthe property in nearly two years.
In addition, the recorder's office in Hamilton County showsthere is a mortgage on it that appears to be a line of credit, ofup to $1.5 million.
Despite the huge tax bills neither Durham's home nor the Carmelmedical building are part of a sheriff's tax sale.
According to the county treasurers office, things got off tracklast year because of changes in property tax due dates made by thestate of Indiana.
But the treasurer's office says any property that has taxes duefrom last July or sooner, that hasn't been paid by this July, willbe certified for tax sale. That sale takes place in October.
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